I. Several issues that should be paid attention to in defense of graduation thesis
(I) Defence steps
1. When defending your graduation thesis, the responding teacher first asks you to briefly describe the content of your graduation thesis. In the narrative, you should clearly state the idea (outline), arguments, arguments, and discourse methods (methods) of this thesis. Usually about 5 minutes. The defense teacher uses your narrative to understand your thinking process of the dissertation, and examines your analysis and comprehensive induction ability. 2. The second step is to defend the scene. After the answering teacher asks you 2 or 3 questions, he will do an impromptu reply. One of the questions is generally to ask questions about the basic concepts and basic principles involved in your thesis, and check whether the students' understanding of the basic concepts and basic principles cited is accurate. The second question is generally related to an argument in one aspect of your thesis, which requires a combination of practical work or professional practice. Investigate the connection and help of the professional basic knowledge you have learned to your practical (practical) work, that is, the ability of theory to connect with practice. The third question, based on students' certain work experience, put forward professional theoretical or practical problems, and guide students to use cases and practices encountered in work practice to discuss the theoretical basis or many problems and hot issues in the development of the profession . Investigate students' potential professional skills
(Two) pay attention to problems
1.Why did you choose this subject?
2.What is the significance and purpose of studying this topic?
3.How is the basic framework and structure of the full text arranged?
4.What is the logical relationship between the parts of the full text?
5. In the course of researching this topic, what different opinions have been discovered? How did you gradually recognize these different opinions?
6. Although not discussed in the paper, what are the more closely related issues?
7. What other questions haven't been figured out by myself and are not thoroughly discussed in the thesis?
8.What is the main basis of argument when writing a dissertation?
Second, defense skills
Students should first introduce the summary of the thesis. This is the so-called "readme report". It should be emphasized that it is "readme" rather than "readme". The important trick here is to be careful not to read the book as it is and turn the report into a "read". "Read it as it is" is the first taboo. This part of the content can include writing motivation, reason, research direction, comparison of selected topics, research scope, latest research results around this topic, new insights, new understandings or new breakthroughs in the thesis. Be brief and concise. Don't take up too much time, usually limited to ten minutes. The so-called "cutting complexity, leaving redundant quilts, and painting until time is ripe", that is to say, try to be as rich as possible. It is necessary to highlight the key points, and express your greatest gains, deepest experience, the best and most distinctive features. Here we should pay attention to the subject of one bogey is unknown; the content of two bogeys is vague, and the content of the two is inferior; the three bogeys are flat and unfocused.
When replying, students should pay attention to manners and demeanor. This is the first signal to enter people's feeling channels. If the respondent can show a good image with good manners and demeanor within the first two minutes, there is a good start.
When answering a question, the skills you need to know are where are the "center", "crux", and "key" of each question you want to answer? From which angle is the best answer? What examples should be given to prove? The content is essentially an organized "oral composition." This requires one. The article should have arguments and arguments. Second, there is a beginning subject and an ending.